§ 112.01  DEFINITIONS.
   For the purpose of this chapter, the following definitions shall apply unless the context clearly indicates or requires a different meaning.
      (1)   Every liquid or solid, whether patented or not, containing alcohol and capable of being consumed by human beings; and
      (2)   It includes every spirituous or imitation liquor sold under any name, commonly used for ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES, excepting the products excluded therefrom by the provisions of the Alcoholic Beverage Control Act of the state, being KRS Ch. 241 to 244.
   CITY ADMINISTRATOR. The City Alcoholic Beverage Control Administrator.
   CUSTOMER. Any person at least 21 years old.
   DISTILLED SPIRITS or SPIRITS. Any product capable of being consumed by a human being which contains alcohol in excess of the amount permitted by KRS Ch. 242 obtained by distilling, mixed with water or other substances in solution, except wine, hard cider and malt beverages.
   MALT BEVERAGES. Any fermented, undistilled alcoholic beverage of any kind or description, manufactured from malt, wholly or in part, or from any substitute for malt having an alcoholic content greater than that permitted under KRS Ch. 242.
   SALE. Any transfer, gift, exchange or barter and includes all sales made by any person, whether proprietor, agent, servant or employee of any alcoholic beverage.
      (1)   The product of the normal alcoholic fermentation of the juices of fruits, with the usual processes of manufacture and normal additions, and includes champagne and sparkling and fortified wine of an alcoholic content not to exceed 24% by volume.
      (2)   It includes cider, hard cider and perry cider and also includes preparations or mixtures vended in retail containers if these preparations or mixtures contain not more than 15% of alcohol by volume. It includes ciders, perry or sake.
(1984 Code, § 111.020)  (Ord. O-6-82, passed 2-2-1982; Ord. O-11-82, passed 2-16-1982; Ord. O-27-97, passed 9-2-1997; Ord. O-36-13, passed 10-22-2013)
Statutory reference:
   Alcoholic beverages, see KRS Ch. 242 through  244